To start, Master-Bilt has announced plans to debut a line of endless glass-door merchandisers and Champion Industries will be exhibiting a new single-source gas heating system.
Available in two-, three-, four- and five-door models, Master-Bilt’s individual units in the glass-door merchandiser line come pre-wired with cabinet-to-cabinet electrical terminal block connectors for easy case-to-case wiring. “Our endless glass-door merchandisers provide an attractive way to display refrigerated and frozen foods,” while offering ease of use and durability, says Bill Huffman, vice-president of Sales and Marketing for Master-Bilt.
Meanwhile, Champion’s new gas heating system is powered by a booster that fuels a hot water coil that heats up the wash tank and the final rinse water, creating an energy-efficient system, which Champion says will result in a 40 per cent cost savings compared to electric systems. “This product is unlike any other in the market, with a neat install of just water and power,” says Chris Monuese, Champion sales representative. “While users appreciate the energy and money savings aspects, they’re also conscious of the environmental implications of dumping flue gas into a small dish room. With this option on your machine, that doesn’t happen and clean air is maintained.”
The NAFEM Show runs at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., from February 10 to 12. For more information, click here.